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November 23, 2017


Grainger FCCLA hosts Pink Out Day 

RUTLEDGE – Grainger High School FCCLA sponsored a Pink Out Day Tuesday, October 31. Everyone in the school was encouraged to wear pink and walk in the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk-A-Thon.   FCCLA members raised money by selling pink ribbons, holding bake sales and collecting donations.   FCCLA members raised a total of $700, which will be

Grainger County Historic Treasures 2018 Calendar on sale now 

RUTLEDGE– The Grainger County Historic Society is now selling its new calendar of historic buildings and locations throughout Grainger County. Noted local artist, Wendy Leedy has graciously allowed the historic society to feature her drawings for each month on the calendar. The calendars feature the Grainger Courthouse prior to 1946, the round barn at Powder

Veterans program to be held at Washburn School Friday 

Barbara Womack Grainger Today Correspondent   WASHBURN – Washburn School will host a Veterans Day program Friday, November 10, with breakfast and a program honoring veterans’ service to America.  History and Social Studies teacher Justin Acuff said veterans in the area are invited to attend. Breakfast will be served at 8:30 a.m. in the old high


MORRISTOWN – Walters State Community College invites anyone – including high school seniors interested in attending college next fall – to a FAFSA FRENZY to be held November 9 at the Morristown Campus. Financial aid staff members will be available to assist in the process until 7 p.m.  The FRENZY will be in the financial aid

GHS JROTC tops in competition 

Roxane Reed Grainger Today Correspondent  CORRYTON – Grainger High School JROTC cadets had an outstanding performance at the last competition of the semester at Gibbs High School.   As a team, Grainger placed first in exhibiton and advanced drill. Coby Swartout placed first for solo exhibiton.   Grainger’s Leah Hopson and Amber Hensley placed second and third, respectively,

LMU to host preview day for prospective students 

HARROGATE – Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) will host Preview Day for prospective students Saturday, November 11.  High school juniors and seniors who participate will tour the campus, eat lunch in the LMU dining hall and hear presentations about admissions, financial aid, housing and student life. Preview Day provides all the detailed information necessary for enrolling

Registration open for WSCC spring semester 

MORRISTOWN – Registration for spring semester at Walters State Community College is now open. Spring classes begin January 16, and fees are due January 4.  Late registration will run until January 19.  Walters State offers more than 100 programs of study. The college offers two-year associate degrees that prepare students to transfer to four-year colleges or

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